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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 4 (July 1, 1935.)

After 30 Years on the Railway. — How He Got Back to His Job

After 30 Years on the Railway.
How He Got Back to His Job.

It was little short of a tragedy to this railway worker to have to give up his job after 30 years. But his rheumatism was so bad that he had no choice—he could only walk with a stick. The advice of a friend led to his taking Kruschen Salts—and he went on taking it until he was able to go back to work again. This is the story in his own words:—

“For three years I had arthritis very badly and had to walk with a stick. Also I had to give up my job as a railway shunter, after 30 years in the Yard. I was advised by a lady to try Kruschen Salts, and I took bottle after bottle to give it a fair trial. I found it was doing me good, and continued until it cured me. If it had not been for Kruschen, I am sure I should not be here now. A lot of people used to tell my wife I was going home fast, but to-day I am in the best of health and am back at work again. If you saw me now, and could have seen me three years ago, you would not think I was the same man. I cannot praise Kruschen Salts too much.”—W.T.

The pains and stiffness of rheumatism are caused by deposits of needle-pointed uric acid crystals in the muscles and joints. The six salts in Kruschen stimulate your liver and kidneys to healthy, regular action; assist them to get rid of the excess uric acid which is the cause of all your suffering. When poisonous uric acid goes, with its deposits of needle-pointed crystals, there's no doubt about those aches and pains going too!

Kruschen Salts is obtainable at all Chemists and Stores at 2/6 per bottle. much general pleasure can be given to others by the taking up of that particular hobby. The fact to remember is that hobbies take the mind into a new country where all the troubles and cares of the workaday world are left behind. Generally speaking, a hobby loses much of its usefulness in this respect if it is turned into a sideline for money-making purposes, and although this often presents many temptations, it should in almost all cases be resisted if the full benefit of the hobby is to be reaped.

Many hobbies, such as stamp collecting or modelling bring together people of a congenial outlook into a pleasant relationship and often lifelong friendships are encouraged and developed from the fountain of a mutual hobby.